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Blues Don't Care (feat. Gary Clark Jr.)Slippin' InFeels Like RainMidnight TrainOn A Saturday NightToo SoonEvery Girl I SeeDone Got OldForty Days And Forty NightsWhen I Left HomeHello San Francisco74 Years YoungGuess What(you Give Me) FeverEverybody's Got To GoStormy Monday BluesHard Time Killing FloorCut You LooseTrampKey Don't FitSome King Of WonderfulKeep It To MyselfSomeone Else Is Steppin' In (slippin' Out, Slippin' In)Stone CrazySufferin' MindT-bone ShuffleTalk To Me BabyTen Years AgoThe Things I Used To DoThere Is Something On Your MindToo Broke To Spend The NightToo Many TearsToo Many WaysTrouble BluesTrouble ManWhen My Left Eye JumpsWhen You See The Tears From My EyesWhere Is The Next One Coming FromWho's Gonna Fill Those ShoesI Found A True LoveCrawlin' KingsnakeI've Got Dreams To Remember (feat. John Mayer)Let The Door Knob Hit YaLiving ProofSweet Little AngelLong Way From HomeDon't Know Which Way To GoI Love The Life I LiveMeet Me In ChicagoI Put A Spell On You (feat. Carlos Santana)Lay Lady Lay (feat. Anthony Hamilton & Robert Randolph)All That Makes Me Happy Is The BluesMy Mama Loved MeWatch YourselfStay Around A Little Longer (feat. B.b. King)Where The Blues Begins (feat. Carlos Santana)One Day Away (feat. Keith Urban)What You Gonna Do About Me (feat. Beth Hart)Too Damn BadSit And Cry (the Blues)What Kind Of Woman Is ThisThank Me SomedayYou've Been Gone Too LongOn The RoadDo Your ThingSweet Black Angel (black Angel Blues)The Way You Been Treating MeNinety Nine And One HalfLucy Mae BluesKnock On WoodI Can't Be SatisfiedNow You're GoneWorry WorryBaby Please Don't Leave MeShow Me The Money
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Related Information for Buddy Guy Buddy Guy (born George Guy, July 30, 1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana) is an American blues music and rock music guitarist, as well as a singer. Known as an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix and other 1960s blues and rock legends, Guy is considered as an important proponent of Chicago blues made famous by Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. He has influenced both widely known and local blues guitarists.Guy is known for his showmanship; for example, he plays with drumsticks and walks into the audie.. read more